• How do I cancel a client's tax type?

    This document shows you how to cancel a client’s tax type.

    If you do not know the client’s Australian business number (ABN) and/or tax file number (TFN), you can find the client on the directory.





    Enter the TFN or ABN of the client in ‘Your client’s TFN/ABN’ field.

    Choose ‘Client details’ from the drop down menu.

    Select the Search button.

    The ‘Client details’ screen will be displayed.


    Choose the ‘Registrations’ radio button.

    Select the Next button.

    The Registration Summary screen is displayed.


    Select a role or account from the list then select the Tax type summary button.

    The Tax type summary screen will be displayed.


    Select the Cancel tax type button.

    The Cancel tax type screen is displayed.


    Enter details for all four steps.

    Select the Next button.

    The client’s tax type is cancelled.

    6. To complete the transaction electronically sign the declaration page. You will receive confirmation of your transaction.
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